01/17/2017 House Proceedings

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HB320—00:02:55
HB91—00:01:15
HB325—00:01:05
HB389—00:00:15
HB338—00:01:10
HB416—00:01:20
HB362—00:00:30
HB328—00:00:30
HB94—00:01:05
HB406—00:02:50
Del. Matthew James (D-Portsmouth)—00:30
Del. Margaret Ransone (R-Kinsale)—02:45
Del. Bobby Orrock (R-Thornburg)—00:40
Del. Delores McQuinn (D-Richmond)—00:50
Del. Cia Price (D-Newport News)—00:10
Del. Roxann Robinson (R-Chesterfield)—00:00
Del. David Toscano (D-Charlottesville)—00:05
Del. Roxann Robinson (R-Chesterfield)—00:00
Del. Ron Villanueva (R-Virginia Beach)—00:20
Del. David Toscano (D-Charlottesville)—06:00
Del. Bob Marshall (R-Manassas)—02:00
Del. Kirk Cox (R-Colonial Heights)—00:15
Del. Keith Hodges (R-Urbanna)—00:20
Del. Peter Farrell (R-Henrico)—00:35
Del. Jeff Campbell (R-Marion)—01:05
Del. Marcus Simon (D-Falls Church)—01:55
Del. Scott Lingamfelter (R-Woodbridge)—01:40
Del. Kirk Cox (R-Colonial Heights)—04:10
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Minutes

Called to order at 12 m. by William J. Howell, Speaker

Mace placed on Speaker's table by Sergeant at Arms

Prayer offered by The Reverend Amy Christine Hodge Ziglar, Pastor, Mount Zion A.M.E. Church, Roanoke

Delegate Cox led the House in the Pledge of Allegiance to the Flag of the United States of America

Attendance roll call - Quorum present

Leave of Absence granted: Delegate Ware

Journal for Monday, January 16, 2017, approved by the Speaker

Senate communication
House joint resolutions agreed to: HJRs 727, 728

Committee report
From Health, Welfare and Institutions: HBs 1451, 1474, 1505, 1541, 1567, 1610As, 1688, 1751, 1767As, 1795

Delegate Robinson granted unanimous consent to introduce a House joint resolution

Motion by Delegate Cox to postpone the special and continuing order relating to the election of judges until Wednesday, January 18, 2017 agreed to

Bills and resolutions presented, ordered printed, and referred pursuant to House Rule 37

Resolutions presented and laid on Speaker's table pursuant to House Rule 39(a)

CALENDAR

HOUSE BILLS READ SECOND TIME
UNCONTESTED CALENDAR
HB 1471 - Passed by for the day
HB 1571A - Committee Amendments agreed to, Engrossed

HOUSE BILLS READ SECOND TIME
REGULAR CALENDAR
HB 1394A - Passed by for the day
HB 1582S - Committee Substitute agreed to, Engrossed

HOUSE BILLS READ FIRST TIME
UNCONTESTED CALENDAR
HB 1521
HB 1538A

Message from Senate: Senate has agreed to hold the special and continuing joint order on Wednesday, January 18, 2017, pursuant to Rule 6 of HJR 555

Motion by Delegate Cox to adjourn agreed to

House adjourned at 12:38 p.m. to meet Wednesday, January 18, 2017, at 12 m.

Transcript

What follows is a transcript of this day’s session that was created as closed-captioning text, written in real time during the session. We have made an effort to automatically clean up the text, but it is far from perfect.

[Unknown]
>>. >>> House will come to order. Members please take your seats. Sergeant at arms.
Bill Howell
The House is now in session. All persons not entitled to privileges on the floor please retire to the gallery.
Bill Howell
Members will rise and be led in prayer by the Reverend amy christine hodge zeigler and remain standing for the pledge of allegiance to the flag of the united states of america led by the gentleman from Colonial Heights, Mr. Cox.
Kirk Cox
Let us pray. Oh, lord, how excellent is thy name on earth. We ask all we do begin with your inspiration, and continue with your saving grace. Touch the minds and hearts of those that we have elected and endorsed to represent the citizens of the common wealth of Virginia and impart upon these chosen people ability to discover, discern, and to decide the fairest and most equitable laws that will benefit and bless the citizens of the greatest first state of the nation. Lord we know we cannot do this on your own. Only through your divine intertension. Give them courage to be thoughtful in budget, health care, gun laws and human rights of the citizens. Now, we bless your holy name and stand in expectation of the manifestation in your will. We consecrate these representatives in holy governing and thank you for your presence forever, and always, amen. [ reciting the pledge of allegiance to the united states of america ]. >> Members will indicate their presence by voting on the electronic voting board. Clerk will rose the roll.
[Unknown]
Mr. Speaker, a quorum is present.
Kirk Cox
Purse unite to House through 3, I 've examined and approved the journal for the House of delegates for January 16th, 2017. Motions and resolutions under rule 39 are now in order.
[Unknown]
Several announcements, Mr. Speaker, I remind the speaker today a special and continuing order, also, the panoramic photo will be taken tomorrow, we'll need be to the chamber. I ask you to be here by 11:45. We'll send out a reminder but will be in the chamber tomorrow at 11:45. Following your statements are due by 5:00 today and conflict of interest and ethics advisory council.
[Unknown]
The clerk will report a resolution.
[Unknown]
Clerk will not report a resolution.
[Unknown]
Mr. James.
[Unknown]
Thank you, Mr. Speaker. I rise for an introduction.
Bill Howell
Gentleman has the floor.
[Unknown]
At this time, I would like to take the opportunity to recognize members of the Virginia economic development association visiting with us today. I ask they rise while I continue. This group of motivated individuals work towards the same goal many of us talk about. That is creating good jobs in the commonwealth of Virginia, shaping public policy, building network of educational support and providing a voice for those within the profession. I would like to thank them for their support and dedication to the citizens of the commonwealth and ask members of the House join me in giving them a warm House welcome.
Bill Howell
Pleased to have members with us today. Thank you for your service. The gentlewoman from Westmoreland .
[Unknown]
Thank you, Mr. Speaker. I rise for the purpose of two introductions.
Bill Howell
Gentleman has the floor.
[Unknown]
Mr. Speaker, ladies and gentlemen of the House it is my honor to introduce the honorable rebecca tebbs nun, rebecca entered college at age 17 and graduated from from the university of Virginia with honors and a degree in dramatic arts and speech. She was president of alpha siomega, performed in many college productions as well as stage managing and serving as assistant director to drama professors. She married her husband during college just prior to his service in the vietnam war. His return from vietnam prompted their move to texas, and over the next 32 years they traveled to 48 states and 16 countries while raising two young children. She has continued her active life, having been reelected to third term on the town council and now serving as vice mayor, she's a church elector, a hospital volunteer and hospital official. Miss nunn hosted two week summer acting work shops to classes of 40 students ages 10-18. She's directed many plays for the hahn caster players, a community theater and northern ec home schoolers. She cherishes her love of family, home, friends, and her two shelbys, acting and directing in her hometown. The miss senior Virginia america pageant recognizes women for their physical attractiveness but their focus is internal beauty. Rebecca is a leader in the she's a loving wife and mother, community. A servant to our lord and a woman many admire, I think it would be a pleasure to offer Mrs. Nunn, miss senior america, a warm House welcome.
Bill Howell
Here honored to have miss senior Virginia with us today and we thank you for taking time to visit at the capitol. Gentlewoman from Westmoreland .
[Unknown]
It is my honor to introduce members of the Virginia dog hunting alliance. These men, women and children are working to secure the heritage of hunting with dogs in the commonwealth, promoting opportunities to hunt with man's best friend to the public through education programs. Dedicated to the defense of traditional hunting and they hope to keep this activity alive. They're visiting today with families to express their love of dog hunting with elected officials.
[Unknown]
Delighted to have the hunters with us today.
Bill Howell
Gentleman from Caroline ,
[Unknown]
It's my great honor and pleasure to welcome to the body and introduce representatives of Virginia 's fire chiefs association who are seated in the gallery to my right. If they'd stand at this time. Individuals are chief dent, Mr. Orrock. Current president from Williamsburg, the president-elect from Spotsylvania County, chief cullian, we have chief mcdowell from Henrico, battalion chief lankford, also happens to be on the board of supervisors in Essex County. Chief garber from the city of stanton and former chief hugh daily. Please welcome them to the body. We're glad to have them with us today.
Bill Howell
Honored to have the members with us. Gentleman from from Richmond city, miss McQuinn .
Delores McQuinn
Thank you, Mr. Speaker, I rise for a purpose of an introduction.
[Unknown]
It is my honor and plea hur to introduce Virginia state conference of the naacp. I ask they stand at this time. This conference is led by linda thomas. It is 95 branchs and over 15,000 statewide members and members of church congregations committed to equality and justice for all americans. As oldest and more effective civil rights organization in the country and here in Virginia, the naccp continues to fight for freedom until all people have realized the equal hands of justice, fairness, and true equality. We thank them for coming today and I ask colleagues to join me in welcoming Virginia state conference of the naacp to the capitol.
Delores McQuinn
We're hoppered to have the members from the Virginia state council of naacp and thank you for all your organization has done and all it continues to do. Thank you for being here, today. The gentlewoman from Newport News, miss Price .
Cia Price
Mr. Speaker, I rise for an announcement.
Bill Howell
Gentleman has the floor.
Cia Price
Thank you, Mr. Speaker, on behalf of Senator Locke I am circulating the life of Senator Miller, if you can please sign it and return to it me.
[Unknown]
Miss Robinson .
[Unknown]
I rise for a request.
Bill Howell
Gentleman has the floor.
[Unknown]
I would like to ask the House for unanimous consent to introduce a resolution past the deadline.
[Unknown]
The gent yet woman from Chesterfield asks for unanimous consent.
[Unknown]
Mr. Speaker?
Bill Howell
Gentleman from Charlottesville, Mr. Toscano.
David Toscano
Will the gentlewoman yield for a question?
[Unknown]
I ask the gentlewoman we don't usually object to these things but like to know what is being requested in terms of the resolution? Would be gentlewoman be kind to tell us what it is?
David Toscano
Yes. It's a study to look at the Virginia foster care system. Brought to me by some of my constituents.
[Unknown]
Thank you, Mr. Speaker.
Bill Howell
Gentlewoman from Chesterfield, miss Robinson asked for unanimous consent to introduce a piece of legislation after the due date. As many favor that motion will say aye. Opposed, no. Motion agreed to.
Roxann Robinson
Mr. Villanueva.
[Unknown]
Thank you, Mr. Speaker, ladies and gentlemen of the House in the gallery today are nursing students and faculty from old dominion university joining us to advocate for 100,000 registered nurses in Virginia. Largest group of health care professionals in the commonwealth. I would ask all students in the gallery stand and be recognized for efforts in support of our health care for virginians.
Roxann Robinson
Very pleased to have visitors with us today and thank you for all you do to make our commonwealth a better place in which to live. Gentleman from Charlottesville, m Toscano .
[Unknown]
Thank you, Mr. Speaker, I rise for a point of personal privilege.
Bill Howell
Gentleman has the floor.
[Unknown]
Thank you, Mr. Speaker. In this election we heard a lot about economic insecurity. Despite 75 months of job growth, a string unprecedented m american history, many american reez main worried about how to make ends meet for their families and how to protect their families and where the next raise is going to come from. Now, republicans in Washington, including the newly elected president are about to increase that economic insecurity by repealing the affordable care act. We heard the mantra for years, repeal and replace. Reality, however, is that republicans railed against aca, they cannot agree on a concrete plan to replacement. So here is a question of the can anyone tell me how many day. Times in the last six years republican representatives in the congress have voted to repeal the aca? Stay tuned. I don't think anyone is sure. So I 'm in the sure I can be fact checked on this one. I think the most recent number is around 60. Yes. That is 60 times they've tried to repeal one of the most-significant health care initiatives in our history. A measure reducing the number of uninsured from 16% in 2010 before the bill took effect to 8.6% today. Benefitting almost 21 million americans. Mr. Speaker, ladies and gentlemen of the House repeal without replacement is fiscally irresponsible and only makes more americans more economically insecure. We have a good idea. Repeal means that the number of uninsured in this country will double by years 2019. 82% of those people will be in working families. I'm in the sure that that is what it means to make america great again. Repealing aca means repealing the revenue streams that support it. Now, I know lots of people don't like taxes. But the major beneficiaries of the repeal will be the wealthy. On average, $33,000 a year going into the bank accounts of the wealthiest 1% of americans. And average $197,000, $197,000, going into the bank accounts of the top 1%. I hope people in this chamber would agree that that is not a good version of tax reform. Repeal is a job killer. A report by the george Washington school of public health projects repeal will cost 3 million jobs by years 2021. Can you say the words economic insecurity? Well, what about Virginia ? Because that is what we're about here. 400,000 people would lose their insurance. Virginia's Virginia would lose millions in federal funding that helped Virginia citizens buy insurance on exchanges. D-mass projects losses in Virginia budget of $314 million in federal funds. 22,000 children who gained coverage would be kicked off coverage. 800,000 seniors no longer receiving free preventive care. 50,000 jobs lost in Virginia. These are the numbers but there are real people behind numbers including jeff genes, appearing before paul ryan's committee the other night talking about how the affordable care act saved his life, or cameron ziegler of Roanoke, whose piece you May is seen over the weekend who has parkinson's disease, lost his job, would not have insurance but for the affordable care act. Ladies and gentlemen, you know people like jeff and you know people like cameron because they're you're neighbors and friends. We have coverage. We're a part time legislature. We're part time employees. But we have insurance. Government insurance. How many of us would turn that down to face a private market to buy insurance that is increasingly unstable? Mr. Speaker, ladies and gentlemen of the House, we need you to let congress know our concerns. And so, I have drafted a letter that is very mild mannered and diplomatic that I 'm asking every member of the House to sign to send to our congressional representatives explaining to them that repeal without knowing a replacement is a recipe for chaos it it doesn't use the word chaos. It's a nice letter, I 'm going to send it around this afternoon. We're going to take it until Thursday for 5:00 p.M. To everyone to sign on if they want. It will go Friday to our congressional delegation and I appreciate the time on the body. Thank you.
[Unknown]
Mr. Speaker, point of personal privilege.
Bill Howell
Gentleman has the floor.
[Unknown]
Thank you. Mr. Speaker, I had a letter sent to me about several days ago, and with permission of the author of the letter, he wanted me to read part of this to you. Said dear Delegate marshal I read about your efforts to designate pornography as a public health risk. I'd like to help you anyway I can. I didn't realize dangers and lost everything I value because of my pornography addiction. Ways a pastor in Norfolk with a growing congregation and school. I had a successful, caring wife and three loving children. I had respect, financial security, love, and everything else I ever wanted. I delivered invocation for the Virginia Senate while my eldest daughter was serving as a Page. While the outside of my life looked perfect, on the inside, I was being consumed by a pornography addiction. I started using pornography in sophomore year in college to cope with emotional problems. I didn't know it was addictive. I didn't know it was progressively destructive. On March 26th, 2013, I was arrested for possession of child pornography. I lost everything, God used this tragedy to turn me back to him. I entered therapy, started attending 12 step meetings and entered a sexual addiction rehab center. By the grace of God, ways led to recovery. Now, after serving a three-year sentence including over 16 months, in solitary, I 'm blessed to be working part time at good samaritan ministries in Richmond and blessed to have friends, clergy and parents that support and love me. I May have lost a lot, but gained a deeper faith and Peace I have never known, new friends and a desire to bring attention to the destructive power of pornography. I offer insight to do whatever else May be necessary. Please, continue ahead. He's referring to House joint resolution 549 which I have introduced. Is not a partisan measure, just ask this body as representatives of the people of Virginia to recognize that pornography is not harmless. If we go on record and make a public statement of policy that this is the harm. Something like this not exactly it, but I hope you will sign this and when measure comes up for a hearing next week, please support it. Thank you very much.
Bill Howell
Gentleman from Colonial Heights Mr. Cox.
Kirk Cox
Mr. Speaker, I rise for a motion.
Bill Howell
Gentleman May proceed.
Kirk Cox
I move postponement of the special and continuing order relating to election of judges until Wednesday, 1-18-17. If I can speak to the floor.
Bill Howell
Mr. Speaker, there are several of these that need to be worked out. And we thought we should do them all on one day with the gentleman from from Charlottesville. That is the motion.
Bill Howell
Gentleman from Colonial Heights requests postponing the special order. Those in favor say aye. Opposed, no. The motion is agreed to. Thank you.
[Unknown]
Yes. Gent well yom will communicate that with the Senate, please.
Bill Howell
The gentleman from Middlesex Mr. Hodges.
Keith Hodges
I rise for an announcement.
Bill Howell
Gentleman has the floor.
Keith Hodges
Thank you, Mr. Speaker. Ladies and gentlemen of the House somewhere on the floor today is a co-patron sheet designating state route 143 bridge in Newport News as the trooper chad durmire memorial bridge. If you recall he was the officer tragically killed last year at the greyhound bus station. If everyone of you would sign on to that and circulate it around and return it to me, I would be thankful. Thank you.
[Unknown]
Thank you.
[Unknown]
The gentle woman from Shenandoah go? >> Mr. Speaker, could the clerk announce the list of legislation that has been requested to go bye for the day?
[Unknown]
Mr. Speaker, on Page two of today's printed calendar, House bill 1394, patroned by Delegate Head requested taken bye for the day by Delegate Toscano .
[Unknown]
Mr. Speaker, I move that go bye for the day.
[Unknown]
Without exception, bye for the day. In addition, purse unite to House rule 30 the journal shall reflect the following member is away on personal pressing businesses and granted leave, Delegate Ware. The clerk will call calendar.
[Unknown]
Calendar for Virginia House of delegates for today, Tuesday, January 17th, 2017. Page one of the printed calendar, first category bills on second reading uncontested calendar. First up, House bill 1471. A bill to amend and reenact several section of the code of Virginia related to credits allowed for reinsurance reporting to committee on commerce and labor.
[Unknown]
Without exception, bye for the day.
[Unknown]
Turning to Page two, House bill 1571, a bill to amend and reenact a section of the code of Virginia as well as active assembly of 2016 relating to worker's compensation, emergency. Reporting to committee on commerce and labor with amendment.
[Unknown]
Mr. Farrell.
[Unknown]
Thank you, Mr. Speaker, it is a follow up to the worker's comp compromise from last year, it is not changed the substance of what we've passed last year. And have viewed more as a clean up as far as trauma. The fee schedule is on time as far as implementation. This is a matter of just clarifying language so we made sure everybody now has to work in this arena going forward will be on the same Page and moves the date that the work group has to be working on other matters. We asked them to look and extends their time by six months. That is what the bill does, Mr. Speaker, I 'm moving the bill encombrosed and passed to third reading.
Bill Howell
Those in favor say aye. Opposed, no. The amendment agreed to. Shall the bill be engrossed and passed to third reading. Those in favor say aye. Opposed, no. The motion is agreed to.
[Unknown]
Thank you, Mr. Speaker.
[Unknown]
Continuing with today's calendar, Page two of the printed version, House bills on second reading regular calendar, House bill second reading, regular. 1394 taken bye for the day. Accordingly, House bill 1582, a bill to amend and reenact section of the code of Virginia relating to concealed handgun permits, age requirement for persons on active military duty reporting to committee on militia, police, and public safety with a substitute.
Bill Howell
Gentleman from Smith, Mr. Campel.
[Unknown]
I move the committee amendment.
Bill Howell
Questions on adoption of the committee substitute. Those in favor say aye. Opposed no. Gentleman from Smith .
[Unknown]
Ladies and gentlemen of the House, House bill 1582 is a clean up bill from last year's landmark legislative package that expanded reciprocity for Virginia 's concealed carry permit holders. Many of you May recall that legislation was a goal of expanding reciprocity to all 50 states. This bill effectively does two things, removing sole impediment to recognition of Virginia concealed carry permit holders by the state of georgia, thus providing Virginia residents security and safety of not being criminally prosecuted if traveling through georgia. For the first time in Virginia history provides military service personnel between 18-21 who are on active duty or who have been honorably discharged and completed basic training the opportunity to obtain a Virginia concealed carry permit. This bill is a military friendly bill. I hope it will be the pleasure of the House to engross the bill and pass it to third reading.
[Unknown]
Glem Fairfax, Mr. Simon.
[Unknown]
Mr. Speaker, speaking to the motion.
Bill Howell
Gentleman has the floor.
[Unknown]
Mr. Speaker, members of the House, this one seemed like a pretty innocuos bill, however, it is the first, I think maybe more, but the first step in having us liberalize our concealed carry permits to go to the lowest common denominator. We're going to have to lower our standards to make sure that our laws are just as generous that we have the lowest standards. What happened is that they didn't exercise similar what attorney general Herring did last year. They wanted to review the reciprocity agreement and found out if anyone was stricter here to cancel their reciprocity agreements. We didn't think it was smart to let 18, 19, and 20 years olds who can't legally purchase a firearm from carry and conceal. This goes down lowering our standards. I know they had military training and we presumed, see, I 'm a veteran myself. I have to tell you this is, we know what the ultimate goal is. The gentleman from from Smith just said it. To get everybody carry and concealed. We have 18, 19, 20 year olds. I urge members to see this for what it is. This is the first step towards gutting our own standards and urge the body, members of the body to vote no. Not have this bill engrossed and have it passed on to third reading. Gentleman from Prince William, Mr. Lingmafelter.
[Unknown]
Thank you, Mr. Speaker, Mr. Speaker, speaking to the bill.
Bill Howell
Gentleman has the floor.
[Unknown]
Mr. Speaker, I hope the body will support this bill. I don't care the gentleman's characterization of lowest common denominator when it comes to permitting people who are ready to lay down their lives for this country to carry a weapon concealed. I acknowledge his support of veterans but I see no harm in trusting young men and women who are ready to give their lives for our freedom. So keep that in mind when you light up that board. What you're getting ready to say. Second thing, if you go to a map, of states with reciprocity with Virginia you'll notice just about everybody on the southwest side of the country has reciprocity with us given our work last year, except georgia for one category. Georgia will not permit a virginian to lawfully transit their state with a concealed carry weapon. Unless you want to go to tennessee and Head south and go to mississippi or alabama and into florida and over to florida's east coast. So this is a good bill for those of us that like to travel out of state on the east coast. I encourage the House to support the gentleman's bill, thank you, Mr. Speaker.
Bill Howell
Gentleman from culpepper. Mr. Freitas.
Nick Freitas
Gentleman has the floor.
[Unknown]
I don't see we have a problem to put a gun overseas to get shot at. Soy don't see the constitutional amendment they went overseas to protect seems ridiculous to me.
Nick Freitas
Shall the bill be engrossed and passed to third reading? Those in favor say aye. Opposed, no. Motion engrossed and passed to third reading.
[Unknown]
Mr. Speaker, that completes today's calendar.
[Unknown]
Does the clerk have any announcements?
[Unknown]
Looking ahead at today's meeting schedule. Immediately upon adjournment, the counties, cities and towns committee will meet down stairs in House room one to take up a bill, I believe. House counties, cities and towns down stairs, extra meeting in House room one, then, 1:00, commerce and labor meets across the way in the general assembly building in House room d. Congress and labor, House room d. Also, half hour after adjournment, general laws committee will be meeting in House room c. Immediately upon adjournment of the full committee of general laws, subme 1 will be meeting in House room c. Then two hours after adjournment is finished House room c. Just one of those days. Excuse me Mr. Speaker. The fire and emf caucus will meet at 4:00 today over in the general assembly building. At 4:00, the education committee's higher education subcommittee will be meeting on the fifth floor in the east conference room. Education's higher ed subcommittee. Propations health and human resources subcommittee will meet at 4:00 on the ninth floor appropriations room. Tomorrow, January 18th, speaker bible study at 7:00 in speaker's conference room. First legislative meeting is counties, cities and towns subcommittee one meeting at 7:30 a.M. In 8th floor west conference room. Then, at 8:00 the veteran's caucus will meet in seven west conference room. Education committee will meet normal time, 8:30 a.M. In House room d. 8:30 tomorrow morning. Immediately upon adjournment of of the full committee, elementary and second education subcommittee will meet, again, in House room d. The committee on agriculture, Chesapeake and natural resources meets at 9:00 a.M. In House room c. This is a change in time for acnr tomorrow morning. 9:00 House room c. Then, immediately upon adjournment, Chesapeake subcommittee meeting in House room c. Additional meeting. Finally, Mr. Speaker, the appropriations general government and capitol outlay subcommittee tomorrow will meet tomorrow at 10:00 a.M. In ninth floor appropriations room. And rin caucus meets at 11:15. Everyone asked to take a picture.
Bill Howell
The gentleman from gentleman from Colonial Heights Mr. Cox.
Kirk Cox
Mr. Speaker, I move when the House adjourn today it adjourn to reconvene tomorrow at 12:00 noon.
Bill Howell
Gentleman from Colonial Heights Mr. Cox moves when the husband adjourn today it adjourn to reconvene tomorrow at 12:00. Those in favor say aye. Opposed, no. The motion is agreed to. Gentleman from Colonial Heights Mr. Cox.
Kirk Cox
I move the House do now adjourn.
[Unknown]
The members from gentleman from Colonial Heights moves the House do now adjourn. Those in favor say aye. Opposed, no. That motion is agreed to. The House stands adjourned until 12:00 noon, tomorrow. 12:00 noon, tomorrow.